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Luka Modric says he’s enthusiastic about Croatia’s recent generation of young players coming through but doubts if the Balkan nation can repeat their 2018 heroics.

Croatia beat England to succeed in the 2018 final before a 4-2 defeat to France in the ultimate in Russia. And Modric, 37, thinks repeating their feat can be tough without the players from that historic run.

“Definitely, what we have been through in 2018 in Russia is unforgettable and indelible in my mind. Others can proceed speaking about it but we’d like to place it aside and give attention to what’s ahead,” Modric told a news conference.

“Many players on the 2018 World Cup in Russia aren’t here, we’ve recent players, recent quality young players with fresh blood and energy.

“This can be a recent tournament and we’ve to take a look at it that way.”

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